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Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, Vignette Collection’s new dining offerings are making their mark on Lang Suan’s F&B scene

by Aiden

From a brunch spot to an after-dark haunt, they’ve got it all.

Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, Vignette Collection has introduced three new eclectic dining offerings in the last year, each with their own distinctive point of view. The Black Cat is Bangkok’s coolest, feline-inspired and atmospheric Thai liquor bar, with a live band playing on selected evenings. It presents an extensive Thai spirits menu, and draws inspiration from its namesake pour, complemented by sultry interiors and a selection of locally-inspired, late-night bar snacks.

The Black Cat offers a range of unique concoctions, utilising the bar’s vast selection of Thai and international spirits. The Black Cat menu is reminiscent of myth and stories; and their signature cocktails are centred around auspicious Thai cats. Further to their extensive cocktail menu, the back bar is stocked full of a wide selection of spirits, and for low-ABV guests, a range of ‘Imaginary Cat’ mocktails. 

Peckish late-night drinkers can enjoy a selection of local bar bites, including Yum pla salmon – thin slices of salmon sashimi in Thai-styled spicy salad dressing, seasoned with fish sauce, fresh chilli and lime, and sprinkled with spring onions, red onions, and kaffir lime leaves. 

Meanwhile, inspired by the golden age of Thailand, the hotel’s signature Thai restaurant, Bangkok’78, presents the city’s greatest culinary hits in a retro-inspired concept. When designing the space, P49 Deesign and Associates were inspired by the Bangkok streets and skyline, with the resulting interiors featuring a bold, primary- colour-heavy palette and a combination of clean lines and texture. 

In collaboration with Michelin-starred Saneh Jaan, the nostalgia-inducing joint focuses on authentic Thai dishes and iced teas set to satisfy cravings. An open kitchen allows diners to witness Chef Phukvarun ‘Golf’ Watchmon and her team as they lovingly prepare a selection of Bangkok’s greatest dishes. Chef Golf discovered her passion for cooking as a young girl, when she would help her mother, who ran a small restaurant. The flavours and scents from these days have informed Chef Golf’s cooking style to this day; her traditional menus focus on authentic local flavours, presenting aromatic dishes packed with spices.

Palette-whetters at Bangkok’78 include Lookchin goong; Yum som-o goong sod; and Suer rong hai. Alongside a selection of Thai and international wines, Bangkok’78 boasts a unique Iced Tea Program, which features four signature iced teas, and four cocktails that use the tea as ingredients, which are inspired by 70s hit tunes like “Stayin’ Slive,” “I Will Survive,” “Old Time Rock and Roll” and “Dancing Queen”.

Last but not least, the hotel has introduced Sip & Co., a chic addition to Lang Suan’s flourishing café culture. With a comfortable atmosphere, it provides the daily energy you need to prepare for the wonderful chaos that is Bangkok. Sip & Co. is a shared space that sparks conversations and creativity, offering refreshments and staple bites to get your tastebuds going. With indoor seating and outdoor area, Sip & Co. is the perfect hideaway in the heart of the city. 

Collaborating with NORSE Republics to provide design atmosphere with furniture and seatings from leading Scandinavian designer’s brands such as HAY, &Tradition. Sip & Co. also houses NORSE Design Kiosk, offering home accessories for guests to bring the Nordic design elements to their homes.

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